We work with families from tribal communities in India and Nepal. This year our project in the state of Uttarakhand, India, has expanded to reach more families, and together they are uniting and standing up for their rights.
Wednesday 16th October is World Food Day. We help families to grow enough food, not just for this year's harvest, but to ensure their children never go hungry again. Find out how what this means for the families we work with in Zimbabwe.
By supporting us you are investing in vulnerable women around the world. Find out why we think this is so important.
Meet Grace from Malawi. A wife, mother and grandmother, and now bakery owner! See how Grace is helping her community build a future free from poverty.
We spoke to one of our supporters who helped to make a real difference this year by organising a plant festival in aid of the families we work with.
Find out about life in Sinabus Village, one of the first communities we started working with in Nepal, and the difference your support has made.
We are delighted to announce that Aneela Rose PR have chosen Find Your Feet has their charity partner.
Our innovative approaches are having a big impact for families in rural Malawi. We had a successful five year programme in the Rumphi district of northern Malawi and have now expanded into two new districts. See what the communities in Mzimba and Nkhata Bay have been up to!
We were chosen as the international charity partner for the London School of Economics. Students got up to all sorts of fundraising fun, and one of our supporters, an LSE alumnus, generously matched all funds raised.
We are saddened to share the news that Sue Stoessl, our former Chair and Trustee, passed away in August 2013. Sue had been involved with Find Your Feet for over 25 years and she will be sorely missed by us all.